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      November 21, 2017

      Tuesday   7:00 AM

      1155 Queen St West
      Toronto, Ontario M6J 2H2

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      Influence Toronto 2017 Conference

      Influence Toronto 2017 is part of the Signature Conferences globally produced by Influence ORBIS. Following an overwhelming success with Influence Montreal 2017, The #1 influencer and Entrepreneurship conference in Canada is coming to the great city of Toronto! #ImInTO #InfluenceTOThe objectives of our events are to Inspire, Inform and Influence an audience comprised mainly of entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs, professionals, and startups. Our conference format stands out due to the massive value we provide through international and widely renowned speakers as well as hands-on panels and masterclasses led by local business influencers. Our format thus provides true valuable insight on how to overcome challenges, gain momentum and achieve success in many different industries. International speakers Keynotes :  Grant Cardone: Grant Cardone is the bestselling author of The 10X Rule and If You're Not First, You're Last as well as a sales trainer, speaker, and entrepreneur who has worked in real estate and the auto industry. He has worked with Fortune 100 companies such as Google, Wells Fargo, and Ford to customize sales processes and improve customer experience. He is also the owner of Whatever It Takes Network, a digital network for entrepreneurs, business owners, and success-minded people, where he hosts, directs, and executive produces programs that help people do whatever it takes to create success in their lives. Casey Neistat: Casey Neistat is an American film director, producer, developer, and creator of popular YouTube videos. With ten years of experience in creating TV commercials, Neistat took his story-telling ability and married it with his commercial experience to re-define branded content on the internet with companies such as Mercedes and Nike. Most recently, Neistat’s technology company, Beme, was acquired by CNN. Now, Neistat & CNN are building out a new digital network together with Neistat at the helm.  Charlamagne Tha God: Charlamagne Tha God (born Lenard McKelvey), outspoken radio and TV personality, is quickly becoming the face of MTV2. He is currently developing a late night talk show for the network, Uncommon Sense, and can be seen on MTV and MTV2’s Guy Code, Girl Code, Guy Court, and Charlamagne and Friends. Charlamagne is also the co-host of The Breakfast Club on Power 105.1 in New York City. The nationally syndicated morning show reaches 22 markets daily and has been named the #1 radio program three years in a row by The Source. Angel Rich CEO, The Wealth Factory Angel Rich is the founder and CEO of The Wealth Factory, a ‘fintech’ company that designs educational technology games, to enhance financial literacy and workforce development. Rich’s work has been featured in over 40 different media outlets including Forbes, Nasdaq, The Hill, The Grio, ESPN’s The Undefeated, Essence Magazine, and Black Enterprise. At 30 she is recognized as one of Google’s ‘Top Black Female Founders. Panels : Online Noise: "Digital Branding + Marketing & Entrepreneurship"Panelists will discuss the different ways industries have to rethink their marketing and branding approach in order to break through the online noise. Indeed traditional outlets are no longer working, learn why and how these experts are making sure they are thriving and not just surviving. Jamie Benizri (Moderator) - Founder LegalLogik Shannon Thorndyke - VP Digital at Ehm & Co Peter-John Kerr - Creative director Jason Maghanoy (NOW TORONTO) Sean Stanleigh (Globe and Mail) Who Runs the World...? "Women & Entrepreneurship" Some say the golden age for women entrepreneurs is finally here. The gender gap is closing in many countries where women are as likely or even more likely to start entrepreneurial ventures contrary to their male counterparts. Join some very inspiring women who have followed their passions, who have turned roadblocks into roadways to achieve success and who have followed their inner voice despite sometimes what was expected of them. Surely their story will provide incredibly valuable insight into making the plunge into entrepreneurship despite the challenges still very present for women. Who runs the world? Erica Ehm (moderator) Michelle Schnaidman - CEO & Founder of Bellesa Rachel David - Founder of Hashtag communication Angel Rich - CEO of Wealth Factory Disruptive ideas: "Disruptive Technology and Entrepreneurship" Innovation stems from visionary individuals who confront the status quo and bring forward new ideas and concepts with the fierce will to bring them to reality. This entrepreneurship mindset is important in many contexts and this panel addresses the different industries that have been reshaped by innovation and risk-takers.  Councillor Jaye Robinson Cedric Mathieu - Turo Canada's director John Mongeau co-founder DINR app Real Influencers: "Real Estate and Entrepreneurship" From both the commercial and residential ecosystems, panelists will bring knowledge and insight on how real estate is evolving and changing the visual landscape of Toronto and the rest of Canada. They will also discuss the hurdles entrepreneurs and influencers in this field face and offer words of wisdom in overcoming them. Rizwan Dhanji (Canderel VP of Marketing) Dave McLaughlin (WeWork North America GM) (more to be confirmed) Venture Capitalists: "VC + Funding & Entrepreneurship" Every year, hundreds of early-stage Canadian companies raise billions of dollars in public venture capital funding. This money is used to help companies scale, build sales teams, fund acquisitions, and pivot. Importantly, public venture capital can also help fund global leaders - in fact, there are currently more than 40 Canadian tech companies worth $100m+ that have funded themselves via public venture capital. Join us for an interactive discussion about public venture capital - learn how it is different from traditional VC funding, when it makes sense, when it does not, and how Canadian startups can successfully use it to grow into global tech leaders. Lennie Moreno - Founder of SofDesk inc Raphael et Eleonore - Frontrow ventures co-founders Creative Influencers: "Art + Culture & Entrepreneurship" Peter Flegel - Director of Programming and Development at the Michaëlle Jean Foundation Vicki Heyman - Culturalist, Political Activist, Philanthropist & Co-Founder, Uncharted Bryan Brock - Creative + Entrepreneur at Successfullybroke + @OneLoveTO Sarah Toronto Life (moderator)

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